American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. In that place, time, or thing.
- adv. In that circumstance or respect.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In that place, time, or thing.
- In that particular point or respect.
- adv. pronominal in that; in him/her/it
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In that or this place, time, or thing; in that particular or respect.
- adv. (formal) in or into that thing or place
- there + in (Wiktionary)
“But as for those who have believed, and done the things that are right, we will bring being them into gardens 'neath which the rivers flow therein to abide eternally; therein shall they have wives of stainless purity: and we will bring them into aye-shadowing shades.”
“Few, very few, fo that even among us, flraightis the gate and narrow is the way which leadeth to life, and few there be which are going therein; even our nation abounds - with baptized infidels* Thas whether we look abroad or at home, we fee darknefs hath covered the earth and grofs darknefs the people who dwell therein*”
“The term therein fixed for effecting the exchange of ratifications having elapsed, the convention falls unless the time be extended by amendment, which I am endeavoring to bring about, with the friendly concurrence of the Chilean Government.”
“The term therein fixed for effecting the exchange of ratifications having elapsed, the convention falls unless the time be extended by amendment, which I am endeavoring to bring about, with the friendly concurrence of the Chilean”
“The nightingale now opened, and a little humming-bird of most surprising brilliancy hopped forth, and jumping up to the Queen, held out its beak, having a label therein, apparently beseeching her to accept the offering.”
“Chapter 301. 999 of an act entitled, An Act relative to military aid, of the acts of the current year: provided, that this section shall Proviso. not be held to apply to any special act or resolve specifi - cally granting a tixed amount or an annual - sum to any soldier or sailor or the dependent relative of any soldier or sailor for life or a term therein specified.”
“The notion of isolating on the futures market and a single commodity therein is grandstanding.”
“The description of the cathedral and the experience therein is positive to the point of being belabored.”
“I think I may include the proposal for The Red Tree in Sirenia Digest #48, as an example, because I read back over it yesterday, and I truly am grateful the book described therein is not the book I ended up writing.”
“The heading as good as fortify you embrace therein is His heading as good as discipline.”
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(Given Saturday, March 4, 1865, Washington, D.C.)
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